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    • Growing Hope
      Anne Barnwell
      March 30, 2011
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
      1
    • Counselors create working partnerships
      to help clients grow their dreams into tangible realities.
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
      2
    • Carl Rogersperson centered therapy
      An ideal therapeutic relationship includes:
      Congruence and genuineness
      Unconditional positive regard and acceptance
      Accurate empathic understanding
      Corey, G., (2009). Theory and Practice of Counseling and Psychotherapy. Cengage Learning
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
      3
    • Qualitative research supports aperson centered approach
      Validation is important in forming a working alliance as well as:
      Teaching new skills
      Attentive body language and non-verbal behavior
      Guidance and challenging
      Bedi, R.P., (2006). Concept mapping: the client’s perspective on counseling alliance formation Journal of Counseling Psychology, 53:1 pp. 26-35
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
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    • What clients rate as important
      Validation
      Education
      Nonverbal gestures
      Presentation and body language
      Guidance and challenging
      Referrals and recommended materials
      Honesty
      Emotional Support and Care
      Session Administration
      Clients personal responsibility
      Setting
      Bedi, R.P., (2006). Concept mapping: the client’s perspective on counseling alliance formation
      Journal of Counseling Psychology, 53:1 pp. 26-35
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
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    • My approach to counseling
      I plan to:
      Observe carefully and listen actively
      Avoid assumptions
      Value personal choice and self determination no matter what level of disability
      Learn what clients have to teach about their life journeys
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
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    • Skilled helping starts by asking clients to tell their story -
      What does the big picture look like to them?
      Gerard Egan
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
      7
    • When do they feel alive and growing?
      When do they feel stuck?
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
      8
    • Draw out their story
      Use a mix of tuning in, listening, empathy, probing, and summarizing.
      Respect their perspective on their own story.
      Help clients talk about their past as it relates to the present.
      Look for experiences, thoughts, feelings and behavior.
      Egan, G., (2010). The Skilled Helper: A problem-Management and Opportunity-development approach to helping
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
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    • Skilled helpers encourage clients to reframe problems –
      Look for opportunities
      Challenge unused strengths
      How has the experience of disability affected their lives?
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
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    • Reframing Disability
      What does it mean to them to have a disability?
      What experiences, thoughts, and feelings have they had as a consequence of having a disability?
      How is this style of thinking working for them?
      Would they consider thinking of it in a new way?
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
      11
    • The new vision for people with disabilities:
      Independence, productivity, self-determination, integration, and inclusion
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
      12
    • Self-Determination and Productivity
      Self -determination
      Productivity
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      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
    • Self-determination – the practice of individuals with intellectual disabilities making important decisions in their lives
      Productivity – the value of work or study in peoples lives and receiving appropriate wages for that work
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      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
    • Integration and Inclusion
      Integration
      Inclusion
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      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
    • Integration – contrasts with segregation. It can focus on bringing the behavior and appearance of people with disabilities more in line with community norms
      Inclusion – the inclusion of all people into the community; society creates supports that allow people to be themselves
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      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
    • Skilled helpers assist people to think about their preferred future -
      and then nurture that vision.
      Gerard Egan
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
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    • Help clients set goals they can visualize as pieces of a larger picture.
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
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    • Each step in the job seeking and skill building process may seem scary -
      So skilled helpers need to create opportunities for clients to move from “I can’t” to “I can”.
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
      19
    • Albert Bandura Self-Efficacy Theory
      Self-mastery - performance accomplishments
      Learning by observation- vicarious experiences
      Encouragement– verbal persuasion
      Emotional experiences- emotional arousal
      O’Sullivan, D., & Strauser, D.R., (2007), Operationalizing Self-Efficacy, Related Social Cognitive Variables, and Moderating Effects , Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin, vol.52, no.4.
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
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    • Enhancing self-efficacy
      Ensure clients have the skills they need –
      decision making and goal setting, as well as vocational skills
      Provide encouragement
      Use success as a reinforcer
      Use interventions that fit client learning styles
      Egan, G., (2010). The Skilled Helper: A problem-Management and Opportunity-development approach to helping
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
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    • Ideally as clients accomplish each step, they grow in pride and self-worth,
      self-efficacy, and self-determination.
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
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    • Maintaining progress comes from watering the garden
      Help clients plan adequate support to reach their goals
      Financial
      Emotional
      Physical
      Educational
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
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    • “The existential view of human nature is captured, in part, by the notion that the significance of our existence is never fixed once and for all; rather we continually re-create ourselves through our projects.”
      GerardCorey
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
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    • We’re each responsible for cultivating our own garden
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
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    • As counselors we have the privilege of helping people
      grow
      Anne Barnwell March 30, 2011
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